Hugtto! Precure Anime Film's Clip Shows Battle Scene
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
The official website for the Precure anime films began streaming a clip from the Eiga Hugtto! Precure ♡ Futari wa Precure All Stars Memories crossover film on Friday. The video features footage from the film with background orchestra music.
The film opened in Japan on October 27, sold more than 300,000 tickets, and earned more than 350 million yen (about US$3.13 million) in its first two days.
The film, with a theme of "memories," marks a revival of the "All Stars" film series, and also commemorates the overall franchise's 15th anniversary. The film features 55 Precures, and earned the Guinness World Record for "Most magical warriors in an anime film" on October 27.
Mamoru Miyano is guest-starring as Miden, an enemy who wants to steal all of the Precures' memories.
Hugtto! Precure, the latest television anime series in the franchise, premiered on February 4. The original Futari wa Precure series ran from 2004 to 2005. Futari wa Precure is streaming with English subtitles on Crunchyroll, Hulu, and Tubi TV.
The previous film in the "All Stars" series, Eiga Precure All Stars: Minna de Utau Kiseki no Mahō!, opened in Japan in March 2016. Crossover films after that were titled Eiga Precure Dream Stars! and Precure Super Stars!.
Sources: Precure films' website, Precure franchise's YouTube channel, Cinema Today (大内啓輔)